DR. K. ANDREA RUSNOCK – LIVE/ART/HISTORY GUEST LECTURE March 23, 2010Posted by arthistory in : Uncategorized , trackback
PLEASE JOIN THE ART HISTORY DEPARTMENT FOR LIVE/ART/HISTORY:
DR. K. ANDREA RUSNOCK, UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA, SOUTH BEND WILL GIVE A TALK IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE EXHIBITION “Builders, Bolsheviks and Bulldozers: Facets of 20th-century Russian and Soviet Art” CURRENTLY AT PEI LING CHAN GALLERY, SCAD, SAVANNAH.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31 AT 6:30PM
ARNOLD HALL AUDITORIUM
K. Andrea Rusnock is an assistant professor of art history who earned her B.A in art history and political science from the University of Pittsburgh (1985), her M.A. in art history from the University of Pittsburgh (1989) and her Ph.D. in art history from the University of Southern California (2002). She specializes in Russian and Soviet art, in particular Socialist Realism of the Stalinist era. Ms. Rusnock has conducted research in Russia and Prague as well as having taught in Prague. She sits on IU South Bend’s Governing Board for Women’s Studies, the Undergraduate Research Committee, the European Minor Studies Board, International Studies Program as well as other campus committees.
Prof. Rusnock’s book, Fact or Fiction: Socialist Realist Paintings of Collectivization During the Stalinist Epoch, will be published in late 2010.